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Cheryl Ann Azzaro

Cheryl Ann Azzaro, 61, of Chesnee, passed away Saturday, October 24, 2020, at Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home after a short illness. She was born on January 16, 1959, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to the late Herbert and Patricia Louise Rooney Scheurer and was the wife of 10 years to Mark John Azzaro. Cheryl was a Dialysis Technician for 10 years employed with Fresenius Kidney Care. However, her first love was woodworking. She was a resident of Chesnee and formerly of Boiling Springs. She loved and adored her husband Mark, her children and grandchildren as well as her 4 rescue dogs. She is survived by her husband; Mark of Chesnee, daughters and sons-in-law; Jennifer and Scott Hook of Belville, North Carolina, Jamie and David Coyle of Boiling Springs, South Carolina and Justine Kohler of Boiling Springs, South Carolina; son and daughter-in-law, James Jason and Amber Kohler of Gainesville, GA. Grandmom, Mommom and Granny is also survived by her precious grandchildren; Adelaide, Abigail, AnnaLee,Lucas, Leonidas, Anthony, Olivia, Billy, D.J., Penny, Hailey, Harper, Levi and Maggie. Private graveside services are planned for Wednesday, October 28, 2020. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Greenville Humane Society, 305 Airport Rd Greenville SC 29607. All arrangements entrusted to the care and direction of Harris-Nadeau Mortuary, 461-7788.


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Cheryl was an amazing woman!! She was so good to me when I started working with her. She was awesome with our patients and loved everyone. She will be greatly missed. She sure did love her kids and grands as well!!

Shannon Pennington Oct 29 2020 8:56 AM

Cheryl will be greatly missed. She always made a point to get to know everyone we worked with and truly cared about us and our patients.

Kaye Ratte Oct 28 2020 2:46 PM

Theres no words for the loss of Cheryl. All I can think of is WHY? She had so much life ahead of her. She was an amazing dialysis tech. She was dependable, smart and someone any unit would be thrilled to have. The only time she would call in or leave suddenly, was when one of her daughters was having a baby ( That did seem quite often } , ha. . The more grand babies the better for her. Her family was her life. I hope her family can stay strong for each other. Praying for you always.

Peggy Shallcross Oct 28 2020 2:29 PM

Oh my dear sweet friend all the stressful days we worked together and made it through laughing. I miss you already heaven gained an amazing :heart_eyes: person. I love you girl you were a great friend and an amazing soul my heart is truly broken it will never be the same eating breakfast without you on the regular working days together and Mark and all 5 of you kids and grandkids she truly was proud of yall and loved you soooooooo much I feel like I knew each one of yall with how much laughter and joy she shared about all of you :hearts: Im so sorry for your loss she was so amazing and I know shes watching over yall now !!!

Krissy Oct 27 2020 1:24 PM

Cheryl was a wonderful person to know , I was able to get that privilege when I started at Fresenius Kidney Care , She was the one I got to shadow and she was a great tech and friend . When losing my two granddaughters she was the one that talked me through the rough times and was there if I just needed a good cry, God knows she will be missed dearly , Praying for the family for comfort during this time.

Tammy Lester Oct 27 2020 11:52 AM